Renault Sport F1 report from Suzuka qualifying 12 October, 2013 Mark Webber’s pole position today for Infiniti Red Bull Racing took Renault’s total number of poles in the FIA Formula One World Championship to 209, a new record for the most pole positions held by an engine manufacturer. The previous record of 208 had been set by Ferrari.
Renault has competed in F1 since 1977 with involvement spanning the V6 turbo, V10 and V8 engine eras. To date Renault-powered cars have won 160 Grands Prix and 11 Constructors’ titles, with 7 drivers using the engine en route to 10 drivers’ crowns.
Rob White, Renault Sport F1 deputy managing director, commented: ‘It is tempting to say this is just...
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